5:45 - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Begin Any Class
Each eight-meeting set of classes may be joined on any date in the current rotation and may be completed in the next set of classes. Each set of four classes includes daily course work in Math, English, and test taking techniques. All materials will be provided. $75 per set of four classes.
Facilitated by Mr. Brian Daughtry, Educator
Session 1: Arithmetic Reasoning- Word Problems that require basic calculations.
Session 2: Word Knowledge- Correct meaning of words; also, antonyms.
Session 3: General Science-General principles of Biology & Physical Science.
Session 4: Electronics Information-Electrical principles, basic electronic circuitry & terminology.
Session 5: Mathematics Knowledge-High School Math, Algebra & Geometry.
Session 6: Paragraph Comprehension -Questions based on multiple paragraphs.
Session 7: Mechanical Comprehension- Basic mechanical & physical principals.
Session 8: Auto & Shop Information-Knowledge of automobiles, shop terminology & tool use.
ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER
8:30 to 12:30
10/3 - 11/21
The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) credit curriculum is designed to develop a student's pre-academic language proficiency in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The plan of study consists of sixteen courses divided into four proficiency levels and four skill areas (Listening-Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Grammar). All materials will be provided. $480 per set of eight classes.
Facilitated by Ms. Faye Fernandez, Educator